The singer praised Adele for her truthful lyrics and explained that she would like to achieve the same level of accessibility with her own material.
Speaking about her plans to promote her debut album Heaven in America, Ferguson told the Daily Star: "It's amazing what Brits are doing in the US.
"I will release my music there in May. I'm excited to go over there. I have quite a few trips to America planned because my label are really positive. I have a lot of interviews and events already sorted out."
Talking about Adele's success Stateside with her confessional second studio album 21, Ferguson added: "I love Adele's album. You listen and know she's telling the truth.
"She's had heartache. Her boyfriend wasn't nice to her too. She's not an untouchable artist. For me, that's what I want to be."
Ferguson recently signed a lucrative publishing deal with EMI and plans to write dance tracks for other artists in the near future.
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